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As part of the Guardian and Observer Europe season, this Sunday, you can explore Paris with a free audio walking tour download of five areas of Paris, created by Lonely Planet.

Negotiate your way with Christian Rodska through the intellectual heartbeat of Paris, the Latin Quarter, then lose yourself amongst the grand buildings, enthralling museums and glorious leafy squares as Rula Lenska guides you through Marais. Discover the works of Manet, Monet, Sisley and Pissaro and enjoy the best bread in Paris as you are guided through Montmartre. Aurore Kahan then guides you through Saint-Germain-des-Pres, where the likes of Jean-Paul Sartre, Picasso and Oscar Wilde were inspired. Finally, from bars and dance-halls to revolutionary triumphs, the Bastille is an area of Paris electric with creative energy and political fervour. Walk with Stephane Cornicard through the winding alleyways and intimate courtyards, and see what you can find in this creative part of this revolutionary city.

Enjoy the Complete Tour of Paris, five Lonely Planet audio tours, featuring content from the BBC Archive and brought to you by AudioGO, with the Observer today.

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:D . thank you so much.
Thanks :)
Those with limited bandwidth beware this is 0.5GB (456Mb) in size
I can listen to this while I use google street maps to take the guided tour. I won't even need to get my passport.
cheers might come in handy
eye will
I can listen to this while I use google street maps to take the guided tour. I won't even need to get my passport.

Lol. I was thinking the same thing. Memories of my last trip to Paris without the eye watering impact of the 9 euro pint :p

Edited By: Noeldude on Mar 29, 2011 11:22

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